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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 5:25 pm 
Mozart KV 414 A-major, this one is very short, or maybe Prokofieffs first one, these are the ones I startet with. You could also have a look at Scriabin's, but i have to admit, I do not really know this one.


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My teacher just let me start on my first concerto. Mozart K. 415 in C major (no. 13). It's probably one of the easier Mozart Concertos.

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I would very much recommend: any concerto by Brahms, Chopin in Em, or the ever famous Tchaikovsky Concerto No.1 thats my favorite one!


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I would very much recommend: any concerto by Brahms, Chopin in Em, or the ever famous Tchaikovsky Concerto No.1 thats my favorite one!


I just saw Tchaikovsky's First performed Friday evening. I know, it's performed all of the time :wink:. But I still love it.

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romanza wrote:
I would very much recommend: any concerto by Brahms, Chopin in Em, or the ever famous Tchaikovsky Concerto No.1 thats my favorite one!


Isn't that too hard for a beginner? Especially Tchaikovsky 1 is really hard.

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I was thinking the same thing...

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What about the Choral fantasie Opus. 80 of beethoven?

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oh i dunno any beginner's concerto, a simple violin one or maybe u should accompany various instruments and duos etc until u get to the orchestra part. well, tell me which concerto u pick. well u were prolly already thinking doing a concerto with jus one instrument. uh but i still recomend the same composers, also Bach, Beethoven, Mozart any traditional composer should be that bad in terms of difficulty, u should be able to find one that matches ur level


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What about the Choral fantasie Opus. 80 of beethoven?


That's not a real concerto for piano. Piano just plays a part in it, but isn't the most important instrument.

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but it has very lovely passages and a big part in the piece. (that's my opinion)

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